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Charitable initiatives

We support a number of charities through volunteering our time, fundraising, or simply making a donation.

Each year, we organise a Global charitable initiative which is led by each region on a rotating basis, and supported by colleagues all over the world. We seek to work with organisations whose global capabilities match our own, offering all colleagues the opportunity to engage, and whose vision resonates with our own focus - to support disabled and disadvantaged people, and bring about social justice.

  • Nelson Mandela Foundation (2016-2017) - a resource on the life and times of Nelson Mandela, and to promote sustainable solutions to critical social problems – shelter, education, literacy, food and security. Following the success of our campaign with Special Olympics, we have again set ourselves a target of raising US$250,000.
  • Special Olympics (2015-2016) – the world's largest sports organisation for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. We achieved our fund-raising target of US$250,000, through numerous global and local activities.
  • The National MS Society (201 4 -2015) – a US-based organisation with networks all over the world, helping people affected by multiple sclerosis. Through our participation in the BP MS 150, with a global team of 150 people, we won numerous awards including Rookie Team of the Year, Second Highest Fundraising Average Per Rider, and Top 25 Fundraising Team.
  • The Jubilee Sailing Trust (2012-2014) – a UK-based charity whose mission is to integrate people of all physical abilities through the challenge and adventure of tall ship sailing. The Norton Rose Fulbright Sail the World Challenge two-year voyage won us Global CSR Initiative Of The Year at The American Lawyer Global Legal Awards 2013.